Ring – The Free & Open Source Text/Audio/Video Messenger As Alternative To WhatsApp/Telegram/Facebook Messenger: Review And Video Demonstration

Introduction

Welcome to the new part of Free Messenger Saga (Signal, Tox, Matrix, Tor Messenger). It’s very good that in the modern world of Facebook, WhatsApp and Skype some peoples create new software for communication.

Ring – open source platform for text chat, voice and video communications and released under one of the best free license – GPLv3. All source code is available on Github. Linux client uses the GTK+ toolkit. Probably most of the Ring code was written by Savoir-faire Linux – free and open source software company based on Canada and France.

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[Updated] The Popular Android-based Remix OS Violate GPL and Apache License

After the previous review of Remix OS I received a comment with interested information about Remix OS USB Tool. My small personal research found that Remix OS developers have a zero tolerance for the code licenses and work of other peoples.

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Remix OS – Android-based OS For Desktop: Extended Review, Video Demonstration and Installation Instruction

Warning: Remix OS Violate GPL and Apache License

Introduction

For beginning some information about creators: the Jide Company was founded by Google ex-employees. Now Jide has two successful Kickstarter companies:

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IPv6 Since 20 Years: Why IPv6 Is Better For Privacy And How To Use It Without ISP Support

Introduction

On 1th December 1995 was published the RFC1883 by Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) – the beginning of new Internet Layer protocol history. More than 20 years have passed since those day and today approximately 10% of all hosts with support IPv6. Internet access (data from Google Statistics). If we look to
the Per-Country statistics that say: IPv6 is popular in developed countries with technology power (some exceptions available):

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KDE Expansion on Android Review: KAlgebra, KDE Connect, Marble

Today KDE developers works on Plasma Mobile, but it’s currently in alpha stage and works only on Nexus 5. If you have Android then can use some KDE application right now.
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TLHP #15 “Open Source community is full of assholes”

Обзоры о которых упоминалось в подкасте: GNOME 3.14, 0 A.D., CoreOS

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Выпуск приурочен к 23х-летию Linux. Мы попытались рассказать о его пути от рождения и до нашего времени. Основные тезисы:
  • рождение Unix:  Кен Томпсон, Брайан Керниган и Деннис Ритчи, появление BSD
  • Ричард Столман и рождение GNU
  • Linus Torvalds и как все начиналось
  • первые дистрибутивы: Slackware, Debian, Red Hat Linux, Маndrake, появление пакетных менеджеров
  • Linux для всех: первые рабочие окружения GNOME и KDE
  • начало 2000х, коммерциализация Linux, эра Ubuntu и бесплатные диски
  • наше время: Debian и Red Hat на серверах, история успеха Red Hat, Wayland, Mir которого нет, Lennart Poettering, деятельность Oracle
  • Мобильные платформы: Maemo, Meego, Android

 

 

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